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of the bay bridge the willie l. brown, jr., bay bridge in honor of the former mayor. from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on "kpix 5 news this morning." captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com linda macdonald is captioning for you in real time. he good morning, i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:00. we begin with breaking news this morning. the bay area remembering america's sweetheart. >> shirley temple black died at her woodside home late last night. kpix 5's kiet do is in front of her home this morning. >> reporter: good morning. we're here in front of shirley temple's house where her publicist has confirmed she died overnight on the 100 block of lakeview drive surrounded by her family. it's a large gated home here in woodside. all the lights are out and we can't see much beyond the front fence. shirley temple was a darling during the depression with her optimism and sunny personality. she was the most popular movie star in the late '30s making 23
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films. largely credited with saving 20th century fox from bankruptcy. she retired from hollywood at 22 years old and later married a prominent republican fundraiser and took on the name shirley temple black and then had a distinguished career in politics. appointed to the u.n. delegation under next son later ambassador to ghana and czechoslovakia under president nixon. >> i think i have been most fortunate by having the opportunities presented to me because of little shirley. >> reporter: her family relies made a statement. shirley temple was 85 years old. in woodside, kiet do, kpix 5. >> shirley temple wasn't even 6 when she was given the honor of placing her hand and footprint in cement outside the graumann's chinese theater now called tcl chinese theater. she is the youngest person ever
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to do that state radio says a military transport crashed east of algiers killing all 99 on board on a domestic flight in southern algeria when witnesses say the plane clipped a mountain and crashed. no other information about the crash has been released. we'll update you with more details. let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> they turned on the metering lights early once again at 5:48 this morning. so already we have pretty good sized backups. if you are not expecting this, you will have to wait for a good 15 minutes already just to get you on to the bridge. you can see the delays now in the cash and the fastrak lanes. we were also watching tweets earlier about an accident in the maze may see including this one from "kcbs traffic" letting now that the delays are already beginning on westbound 24. the accident was on westbound 580 before the toll plaza. all lanes are now back open. but again, things backed up early there. so the other thing you'll find on the roads is all this fog.
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it's reducing visibility. there's a chp dense fog advisory on the dumbarton bridge. this is actually the golden gate bridge where you can see people saying it looks like pea soup. anything from that to it's awesome! so again, be extra careful. here's lawrence. all right. yeah, a lot of that thick fog in spots. it is patchy. some of the visibilities less than a quarter mile. out the door we go, a dense fog advisory has been issued for most of the bay area this morning continuing until 9:00 then looks like the low clouds and fog will begin to lift a little bit. behind that we have a whole lot of cloud cover up above. looking out toward the bay bridge right now we have some patchy fog there at this hour. the temperatures across the board running in the 40s and the 50s now. we head toward the afternoon we'll see a couple of sunny breaks maybe not a lot so plan on 50s toward the coastline. mid-60s into livermore. about 63 in concord and 61 in san rafael. more on your weather coming up. happening today, the
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western part of the bay bridge is getting a new name despite a lawsuit aimed at stopping that change. kpix 5's mark kelly reports. >> reporter: it turns out willie brown at first did not want this bridge named after him. he was concerned he wouldn't get the votes in the legislature that he needed for the renaming. and he would be embarrassed in the end. well, in the end that did not happen. he did get the votes. later this morning there will be a dedication to name the span the willie l. brown, jr. bay bridge. so here's a little history about brown. his resume', he was in the assembly for three decade, speaker for 15 years, and then san francisco mayor from '96 to '04. after a long career in the spotlight, this renaming was bound to get political. in fact, there is a lawsuit
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trying to block this renaming. but here's why, in willie brown's own words, in the end his supporters wanted the bridge in his name. >> the naacp in its own wisdom decided the state of california needed something that african- americans could point to other than a school or playground or community center. in that regard they looked around to see what african- american they thought could merit such an honor. >> reporter: back to that lawsuit, so it alleges that the legislature bypassed policies in order to fast track the renaming. it also claims it did not allow for adequate public input. a judge in san francisco is set to hear that case come next month. live on treasure island, mark kelly, kpix 5. >> mark, thanks. about 500 people including music legend quincy jones are expected at today's ceremony. it's set to go at 11 a.m.
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on treasure island. and we'll be speaking live with the mayor, will lip brown, right here at 6:45. meanwhile on the bay bridge's new eastern span, water is getting into the steel structure considered the heart of the suspension span. yesterday caltrans showed some of the places where the water is leaking into. this could potentially cause corrosion and ultimately weaken the new bridge. caltrans is promising quick repairs once it pinpoints all the problems. still not clear how much it will cost though. >> we haven't figured that out yet. this is another one of those things that, you know, as we experience more wind more rain, we are going to learn things about this bridge. >> caltrans says it knew all about the problems in december but a downpour was necessary to figure out how significant those leaks are. a large portion of a roof collapsed on an abandoned warehouse in north san jose about 5:00 last night on nicora avenue. a large timber truss gave way and 35% of the roof came down. investigators tell us the collapse seems suspicious.
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the building is in the process of being sold. after looking through the rubble with the help of search dogs, rescuers determined no one was inside. a family is demanding answers after an oakland grandmother was tied up and killed in her home. 77-year-old susan fong was the victim of a violent home invasion robbery in east oakland last friday. police found her bound, gagged and murdered. they believe someone targeted fong but won't say why. her son-in-law says not knowing who did this is tough. >> not knowing why it happened, there's just no feeling of finality or closure. >> fong's nephew and caretaker was also tied up but he was not hurt. officials are still trying to determine the cause of fong's death. meanwhile, there's a $10,000 reward for information to solve the murder. all that rain in marin county was helpful but didn't
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wipe out the drought. as kpix 5's elizabeth cook reports, water rationing is still a strong possibility. >> reporter: in the south bay we could have used more. in the north bay the story was much better. >> the effect was amazing. >> we increased our capacity of stored water almost 20% over the weekend. >> reporter: the story is far from over. even with all the rain it's possible that voluntary water cutbacks will become mandatory. on april 1, the marin municipal water district will take stock of its water supply. >> if our storage is below the threshold, then mandatory rationing will be put in effect. >> reporter: that's the scenario that has residents talking and even scheming. >> well, some people are saying, we have to rack our water bill up to save so then i'll knock 25% off that which defeats the whole purpose of saving water. >> using more water now will give you a water bill and make
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you hated. >> reporter: truth is, the district is still trying to figure out exactly how mandatory restrictions would work and how much water residents would be expected to use. >> any water saved now will not hurt a customer in setting their baseline or benchmark water use. >> reporter: so while the rainy weekend was nice, it couldn't even begin to deliver any long- term answers. >> we try not to use much water and i have been worried how are we going to cut 25%? >> reporter: elizabeth cook, kpix 5. ♪[ music ] 6:09. from radio hit to olympic opening ceremony, how the russian police choir got funky with a grammy award winning song. >> reporter: water-wise gardening from the north bay to the south bay and all microclimates in between. we have tips you need to know with mobile weather. >> all that water left behind
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from the storm is causing problems. today we have dense fog advisory. when will that lift? we'll talk about that coming up. >> and we have a new accident coming in this time in the oakland hills blocking one lane at northbound 13. but first we want to know what drives you crazy during your commute. ask a question or share a gripe by emailing crazy@kpix.com. or tweet me at #ewengerkpix and watch to see if your question gets answered on air. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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♪[ music ] here's a look at one of the many sideshows at the winter olympics in russia. this video is from friday before the opening ceremonies. members of the russian ministry of internal affairs choir performing the pop song, get lucky. they got some moves. >> the guys behind are starting to move. >> get lucky is trending now. also trending, safer internet day. that's the national campaign to promote safety online and on possibly devices. bacon week. the tropicana casino and resort in atlantic city is in the middle of its bacon week festival. the tropicana boasts that you can eat, drink, floss and even wear bacon. shaun white will compete for the third olympic gold today and shirley temple the child star died last night at her woodside home at age 85.
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follow us on twitter at #cbssf a number of fans are sharing favorite shirley temple moments on facebook. one said heidi was one of my favorite movies that my sister a-- of my sister and i as little girls. what a great lady, too. tell us your favorite shirley temple moment or memory on our page cbssf. i looked this up. she was up for dorothy in the "wizard of oz" but they thought she was too young and judy garland got the part. how about that? >> i have to say she was the cutest little girl. >> cute older, too. so rest in peace to shirley temple. let's hit the roads and see what's going on. at the bay bridge a bigger- than-usual backup than usual. they turned on the metering lights about 10 minutes earlier than usual around 5:48. it's already backed up into the maze. you're already looking at 20 to
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25 minutes to get on the span. there was an earlier accident in the maze so that didn't help the morning commute. westbound 580 through the altamont pass, typical drive time come out of tracy. and you'll notice the biggest delays until north greenville and then slow throughout the livermore valley out into the dublin interchange. so this is the dublin interchange. it's not broken this camera. this is actually just thick fog all across the bay area kind of moving in and out of this camera. earlier we could see traffic but obviously a little fog shrouding the bay area. that was a tweet earlier from "kcbs traffic." also letting us know about an earlier traffic alert that chp had issued for the dumbarton bridge. so it's still in effect. they issued it about 3:3:30 this morning so once again, be extra careful leaving menlo park. that is your latest "kcbs traffic." for more on your foggy forecast, here's lawrence. that's the main weather concern the fog. looks like it is going to be slow to break up.
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so out the door we go watch out. some of the visibilities less than a quarter of a mile in spots and all of a sudden you hit an open space and then you're right back into the fog. partial clearing and sunshine in the afternoon. a storm track is staying to the north. your fog will continue until about 9:00 this morning. that's as long as the advisory is up for and it should then begin to lift somewhat. until then, we are going to see that kind of wafting about. you will see it on and off throughout the morning hours around the bay area. high pressure in control right now. looks like it will send the jet stream and the track with the storms to the north so the pacific northwest, they are going to get a pretty good soaking here in the next couple of days while for the most part we are going to stay very dry. a much-needed break from all the stormy weather. around the state, you're looking at fog into the central valley. if you are traveling down i-5 watch out. it's going to be a gray day. you might want to leave later in the morning. plan on 51 degrees and lots of snow in lake tahoe. some of the mountains are reporting 4 to 7 feet across some of the higher peaks. all right. computer models showing you the clouds trying to break up
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around the bay area. but more mid- to high-level clouds going to flow across your skies so we are going to see a whole lot of clouds just a smidgeon of sunshine into the afternoon. that will keep the temperatures down just a little bit. numbers in the 50s and also the 60s. i think those temperatures are going to stay fairly mild. then it looks like your sunrise time is at 7:04. sunset 5:45. out over the next couple of days, we are going to see a lot of clouds in the skies. slight chance of sprinkles maybe northern sonoma county into thursday. then a better chance of rain for everybody as we look towards sunday. how about that? >> a little more rain. >> yeah. i think next week we could see a few more good soakers. >> we have a little pattern. >> it's nice. hopefully storm after storm, not too close. we don't want too much rain. >> you can take the cot out. you can finally work again. >> yes. kpix 5 reporter roberta gonzales is in mobile weather lab trying to help you with your yard during the drought. >> she joins us now from
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pleasanton. >> reporter: good morning. this is a gentle wake-up call. [ bells ] >> reporter: we are here at western nursery. we came indoors because it's so foggy outside you can't see anything. 47 degrees in pleasanton. we're on the border of pleasanton and livermore now. western nursery is where we are. good morning. >> good morning. >> reporter: is it too early to start thinking about planting. no. it's not too early to be thinking about planting a garden actually. this is a great time to plant your shrubbery. >> reporter: does it matter in the north bay, east bay, south bay? >> each client has a did i -- the bay area has a diverse microclimate so it depends where you live. so check with your independent nursery and visit your independent nursery and they will guide you as to when it's time to plant. >> reporter: but we all have one thing in common. we have to conserve water. even though we had some rain, we're still in a drought. what are you doing? >> we are working with zone 7 our local water agency and bay friendly to promote drought tolerant and water-wise garden. >> reporter: tell us about that. these look like succulents. >> they are.
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and, you know, they are a perfect example of plants that are adaptable to conserving water. >> i want a little bit of color. >> color this time of year is hard to find so we are promoting plants with color in foliage such as this pink and yellow and then the red. >> reporter: what do you have over here for me, tyler cohen? >> so cut flowers are fantastic but give a potted hydrangea or azalea beautiful red and white colors and pink colors for valentine's day and it's the gift that keeps on giving. >> reporter: you can think about that person all year round. visit us online for more at kpix.com, click on "links and numbers." roberta gonzales, kpix 5. 6:20. the president of the warriors provides a unique perspective after an nfl prospect michael sam announced he is gay. what he says about the challenges that face sam ahead
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coming up. >> and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, the warriors were without two big men andrew bogut and jermaine o'neal. never fear, marreese speights speights is here! we'll introduce you to him coming up. ,,,,
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good morning, everybody. couple of nights ago the philadelphia 76ers lost to the clippers by 45 points. last night, the warriors uncovered a few more cracks in the liberty bell. david lee back after missing two games with a hip injury. they didn't need him. second half, steph curry, here's a 30-point warrior lead. but the story was marreese speights, who scored a career- high 32. he sank eight of nine shots in the first half. the warriors won by 43 points. 123-80 the final. wow. guess who is next. this guy, lebron james in
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phoenix yesterday putting on a show during shootaround. lebron has never been in the dunk contest. warriors and the heat, at oracle tomorrow night. former a's skipper tony la russa inducted into the bay area sports hall of fame. he will go in with bob luery, jim hines and owen nolan. a's pitchers and catchers coming to arizona friday. derek norris will show up with more hair still looking for a name. >> i think it's epic mullet or maybe -- maybe a little touchy subject right now. i don't know. maybe we'll have to work on that. i'll have to get with my guys and get a new name for it. >> already almost baseball season. the a's top story. no injuries. i'm dennis o'donnell, see you tonight. they are the bearded ones. play of the day we are going back to the nba. you saw dennis show a little bit of this. not a game but just a practice session. look at lebron, no shirt, not needed and all he does is slam. he has never, ever don the slam-
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dunk contest. he doesn't want to do it. but look at that. >> he should. >> man, the guy is unreal. by the way, he is going to play the warriors in oakland tomorrow night in what should be an epic game. that's your play of the day. bay area executive has special insight into the future of michael sam. sam is the missouri football player who came out as gay over the week. he is expected to be select in the nfl draft in may. golden state warriors president rick welts became the first onlily gay nfl executive a few years ago and he thinks sam is the right guy. he says just watching him the last few days and seeing the confidence and how strongly he felt about what he decided to do it's going to be fascinating to watch as he walks through this. ." 6:26. this year's winter olympics seems to be making headlines for more than just sports. after the break the highlights or maybe lowlights. >> the entertainment world remembering one of its
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brightest stars this morning, shirley temple died overnight at her bay area home. we are going to have more on her incredible career coming up. ,,,,,,,, ♪
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your realtime captioner is linda macdonald. ympics know about the wins and losses. t what about the epic fails.'m cc live in the newsroom wite lesser known olympic fun and follies. if you are following the olympics you know about the wins and losses but what the lesser known olympic fun and follies? >> willie brown is one of the most recognizable names in san francisco politics. coming up, we are going to talk to the former mayor about a very special honor happening in his name today. >> and a lot of fog showing up around the bay area. some of the visibilities less than a quarter of a mile. when will that lift?
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we'll talk about that coming up. >> and if you are counting, this is accident number 2 already this morning in the maze may see. what it's doing to the morning drive, plus we're checking twitter about all this fog for your morning commute. it's coming up. hi, everyone. good morning. it's tuesday, february 11. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:31. >> we begin with some breaking news this morning. the bay area remembering a woman who was arguably the most successful child actress of all time. >> shirley temple black died at her woodside home late last night. kpix 5's kiet do was in front of her home this morning. >> reporter: good morning. we're here in front of shirley temple's house where her publicist has confirmed that she died overnight here on the 100 block of lakeview drive surrounded by her family. it's a large gated home here in woodside. all the lights are out and we can't see much beyond the front fence. shirley temple was america's darling during the depression with her cheery optimism and sunny personality. in 1935 to 1993 she was the
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most popular movie star in america making 23 films largely credited with saving 20th century from bankruptcy. she retired from hollywood at 22 years old and later married a prominent republican fundraiser and took on the name shirley temple black and had a distinguished career in politics appointed to the u.n. delegation under nixon later ambassador to ghana and czechoslovakia. here she is talking about her public service. >> i think i have been most fortunate buy having the opportunities presented to me because of little shirley. >> reporter: her family released a statement, we salute her for a life of remarkable achievement as an actor, diplomat and most importantly, as our beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and adored wife of 55 years. shirley temple black was 85 years old. in woodside, kiet do, kpix 5. developing news this morning, the santa clara county coroner's office says it may unveil more information today on the sudden death of a student at san jose state university. hundreds of students held a
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candlelight vigil last night outside joe west hall where 18- year-old brendan tiggs was found dead in his dorm room on sunday. tiggs was a freshman studying kinesiology. he graduated just last year from st. ignatius college prep school in san francisco. >> he was truly a person looking for others. he embodied the ignatius spirituality perfectly. if you really knew him, you would know he never hung out with just one group of friends, his heart was big enough for everybody. >> his body was found after staff called the police. sjsu is offering counseling for students and faculty. 6:33. it was all about the rain over the weekend, now all about the fog. >> well, yeah. rain causing all that leftover moisture seeing that thick fog developing outside right now. some of the visibilities less than a quarter of mile in spots so be careful out the door this morning. a dense fog advisory in effect
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until 9:00 this morning. and then it looks like that will start to mix out a little bit. still plenty of clouds to come. out the door we go, looking toward the bay bridge, low clouds extending out there not too foggy there yet. 40s and 50s now. by the afternoon these highs will be cool at the coastline, mainly 50s inside the bay, 60s out there. 63 degrees in concord. and 62 degrees in oakland. all right let's check the roads with elizabeth. we are going to start you off with a live look at the sensors in oakland. this is the second accident in the maze may see. it's causing bigger than usual backups toward the bay bridge. westbound 24 by 580 a driver reported that one of the cars was fully engulfed. chp is heading to the scene now. the metering lights were turned on early at the bay bridge. once again this morning, about 10 minutes before 6:00 they were turned on so it's already stacked up into the macarthur maze. check this out. someone tweeted this gorgeous photo of the golden gate bridge with the sun coming up this morning.
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this is a tweet from rico saying the golden gate bridge eaten by fog. so again, visibility is definitely reduced around parts of the bay area. as lawrence mentioned, it's patchy so some cameras it's clear, others look like this. this is a live look at milpitas where the commute is already slowing down on 237 legal milpitas heading into sunnyvale. back to you. >> thank you. there's more to the olympics than just the competition. athletes are running into unusual conditions in sochi. we have some of the highlights and lowlights as well with our cate caugiran in the newsroom. cate. >> reporter: frank, some journalists tweets about shoddy hotel conditions, there are some lesser known olympic stories making it big on the social media scene, ones that deserve medals themselves. >> reporter: the osmiate not be leading the winter sports in olympic medals just yet. but for best breakthrough performance, that goes to american bobsledder johnny quinn. two days ago he was locked in his bathroom and had to punch through the wall to get out.
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>> i hit it good and it cracked. and so i kind of wind back and hit it harder in my fist goes right through the door so i pull my figs out and i can see daylight from the room and at that point, i said, hey, it's time to get out. >> reporter: those skills didn't help him yesterday. he got stuck in an elevator yesterday. good luck charges sweeten things. kate hansen is a luge medal hopeful getting ready for today's finals. currently she is in tenth place. her prerace routine she likes to dance to beyonce but she is hoping a race day tradition will pay off. we talked to kate and her sister who is a writer for kpix 5. >> between excited and nervous. we stand at the front and all hold each other's hands and stare at the screen as we watch her go down and praying for a clean run. >> i have a pair of shoes that
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i have worn since middle school every every race day since i was 15 and they have brought me some good luck. >> reporter: one young woman's lucky shoes could be another team's lucky pants. we don't know if they are lucky yet but they certainly are turning the curling venue into a runway. norway's curling team is creating a buzz over its wacky pants looking more like a modern art piece than an athletic uniform. >> those pants have their own facebook page. they have more than 549,000 likes. >> of course they do. we like the pants and i guess they got bay area ties as well, right? >> reporter: yes. good news. they are made by a bay area- -based company called loud mouth golf and they are located in sonoma county so frank, michelle, if you want to dress like an olympian you don't have to go too far. >> that's good to know. all right. >> we got the uggs on so why not the pants? [ laughter ] >> cate caugiran, thanks. it is 6:37 now. years of hacking and increasing
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bank speaking to congress today and tomorrow and will say there is a great deal of continuity with ben bernanke. that really is no surprise whatsoever given that yellen was the vice chair under bernanke since 2010. she did help craft many of the stimulus policies. investors are looking for clues as to how the fed will go about further tapering its monthly bond purchases. she says that will continue not giving exact numbers and also there will be consideration as to short-term interest rates. whether or not the fed this year might start to raise its federal funds rate which is stuck at 0 to .25% since late 2008 as a way to stimulate the economy coming out of the recession. so far, so good on wall street stocks moving higher. tesla is moving higher. they hit a high yesterday with shares closing over $196. the model s goes on sale in china starting next month and there are big hopes for tesla over there. let's check the big board and see how things are going.
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going for a four-session winning streak if we can. dow up about 50 points. nasdaq is gaining 10. s&p is moving higher by 4. tesla shares up 1.25% at more than $199. >> wow. >> frank and michelle, back to you. liz has traffic. >> it's slow and and -- it's slow and foggy in parts of the bay area. an accident in the maze still there still blocking one lane. westbound 24 before you reach 580 but you can see from our camera this is close to telegraph -- actually close to rockridge where it starts to back up into the maze and it's backed up well into the maze. metering lights on at the bay bridge toll plaza. northbound 101 at 880 it's slow past capitol expressway towards the 880 interchange. even beyond it, the accident still there blocking one lane. 280 though that is clear if you are heading through your downtown san jose exit.
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westbound 580 we'll go flying out of tracy through the altamont pass livermore valley. obviously very sluggish commute past vasco continuing out into pleasanton and toward the dublin interchange so drive times in that heavy category up to nearly 26 minutes right now. so the busiest conditions are through the altamont pass but it remains slow-and-go. you will notice some areas of fog, as well. we have been watching some of the tweets pouring into our newsroom. this person said nothing like bay area fog in the morning. and chp is letting you know, you should use caution this morning. with the latest in our foggy drive to work, let's go over to lawrence with a check of our forecast. you're driving along in the fog and all of a sudden you find a clear spot and then you're back into the fog visibility down to next to nothing. out the door we go, we have a lot of fog spreading around the bay area and it's going to be slow to lift. so watch out for that early on. some partial clearing in the afternoon a little bit of sunshine, i think the storm track going to stay to the north. that means we'll have another dry day outside. but the storms that came through they left that moisture behind and that's why we're
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seeing dense fog with some visibilities less than a quarter of a mile. high pressure still building in. that is sending the jet stream just far enough to the north to keep us dry. we'll see a lot of rain up in the pacific northwest but right now we'll keep things dry here. still delays at sfo because of the fog this morning on arrivals. up to about an hour. high there about 58 degrees. should clear out by the afternoon. around the country you will find 47 degrees partly cloudy in denver mostly sunny in chicago but a chilly 11 degrees. showers could cause some delays in houston at 37. and 28 degrees and cold but mostly sunny in new york. storm clouds appear to be parting around the bay area. in fact, well, we just got some of that fog out there now and mid- to high-level clouds that will drift overhead but we'll keep things dry for today. this afternoon temperatures not bad, about 63 in san jose, 62 oakland, 58 san francisco, 57 pacifica. looking out over the next couple of days, some foggy
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mornings to begin with. slight chance of light rain north of the golden gate bridge on thursday. better chance of rain for everybody late next weekend. that's a look at weather, guys. back to you. believe it or not, it's safer internet day today. a national campaign to promote safety online and on your mobile devices. cnet editor-at-large brian cooley joins us with some ideas on how to make sure your online information is protected. it seems like we need this more than ever. >> we have so much online now and we're still using a lot of the same old passwords and actually password we use for too many things. let's talk about multifactor authentication. microsoft joined companies going to start making this part of their software and online services. here's what it means. it's a log-in that requires more than just a password. it could be simple. when you go to the gas station use your credit card they ask for your zip code. that's multifactor authentication. you have a physical device and you have a known code. but what we are seeing more on the internet these days are things that tie into your
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mobile. so let's say you need to log into something you got logged off of. you have to log in with your password and then also maybe it will send you a text which you have to acknowledge receiving because they already have your phone number from you setting it up that way. it's more than just the easy- to-hack password. it could be a physical device a usb drive, it could be a fingerprint you scan on a phone, the new iphone with a fingerprint scanner. it could be a text or something on an app you have to hit. so, in other words, it's about having two parts. a secure id key, a lot of folks in big corporations in silicon valley have them. it's always generating a random code you see on the screen there and you have to to enter that. it's always changing so it's more complex. you have to plug it in because it proves you have it or just type in the number on the screen. it depends how it's implemented but you don't just have a password because that's too easy to figure out and too many times we use the same one for
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everything. this becomes discreet. microsoft just announced today they are going to use this for office 365 which is their internet version of microsoft office. and also it will be rolled out later this year as the way to be able to log into their actual microsoft applications that you have installed on your computer. so facebook, gas stations, paypal, others have been using this for a while. this is becoming a big trend. >> a lot of times i log into bank of america, it says when was your dad born? >> that's a soft form of multifactor so it's a password plus another question. but i think when you see a physical device or separate platform like app or text, that's when you're really seeing the future. >> how do you keep track of all the passwords? that's my problem. >> it's hard. that's why everybody should get a password locker application. go to your iphone or android store or just search for password locker. it's an app for one password that holds all your passwords. i have been using these for years. so there's no way i can keep track of these things because i do tend to use good passwords
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no two the same. >> you need a password to get into that. it's only one. don't lose that one. >> or you're done. >> brian cooley, thank you. time now for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." >> norah o'donnell joins us now from new york. good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning to you, frank and michelle. ahead, a massive mafia bust that stretches from the u.s. to italy. only on "cbs this morning," allen pizzey will take you along for the overnight raid as the fbi and the italian agents try to break up a drug trafficking operation. plus, did you ever notice a fee on your cell phone bill that says universal service charge? we are going to investigate because this little known government program that's getting that money, critics say it is filled with fraud. and many airlines are investing in their food. the science behind making a good meal at 30,000 feet. they are finally trying to figure it out. the news is back in the morning. we'll see you at 7:00. >> all right.
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norah o'donnell, show starts at 7:00. thanks so much. snow, sleet and rain are in the forecast for atlanta through wednesday. and people throughout the region are taking the threat very seriously. you can see empty shelves at area grocery stores. the governor of georgia declared a weather-related state of emergency for 45 counties. and atlanta public schools are closed today and tomorrow. the federal government has chosen a division of google to manage moffett field and renovate the historic hangar one of the the massive 82-year- old hangar was built in 1932 to house giant airships. it's currently a skeleton because its original skin was toxic. google's planetary ventures will reskin hangar one and renovate two other hangars and an adjacent golf course. today in washington president barack obama and french president i francois hollande will meet talking to issues important to both
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nations including syria and iran. and tonight they have an official state dinner at the white house. it's never-before-seen footage. the capture of one of america's "most wanted" terror suspects next. >> and an iconic child star died. shirley temple 85 years of age, coming up we are going to share some of your favorite shirley temple memories. es across the south ,,,,,,,,,,
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people and discuss the impact tech companies are having. across town it was a different story. [ chanting ] >> dozens protested outside symphony hall while tech workers inside gathered for an awards show. >> people that are being -- really feeling the crunch, if you will, of evictions much of which is fueled by the speculators and the speculation that come through the tech industry and the money that's been coming into san francisco. >> tech firms are credited with bringing new jobs but critics say they are making it harder for the working class. five things to know at the :55. several states across the south are understates of emergency as the winter storm prepares to hit the area again. snow and ice started accumulating in texas last night and in georgia, salt trucks are pretreating roads ahead of the storm. you may recall two weeks ago a winter storm crippled atlanta stranding people in cars for hours. >> president obama has made
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another change to the affordable care act. businesses with 50 to 99 employees will have one extra year before they are required to provide insurance to their employees. that mandate won't kick in until january 2016. bigger companies will still need to provide coverage to workers in 2015. and some never-before-seen footage has surfaced of american special forces capturing one of the country's "most wanted" terror suspects. in this video, it was obtained by the "washington post," we see u.s. forces drive up next to al-libi's car and pull him into the van. the next day he is questioned aboard a u.s. navy ship in the mediterranean. the santa clara county coroner's office says it may unveil more information today on the sudden death of a student at san jose state university. hundreds of students held a candlelight vigil last night outside joe west hall where brandon tiggs was found dead on sunday in his dorm room.
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the new eastern span of the bay bridge will be renamed after willie brown. a lawsuit plans to block the new name. the state claims legislature bypassed policies fast-tracking the renaming and didn't allow for public input. the mayor was unable to make it to the studio this morning to speak with us. good morning. we're here in woodside where her publicist confirmed that shirley temple died overnight surrounded by her children, grandchildren and great- grandchildren. it's a large gated home here on the 100 block of lakeview drive. all the lights are out and we can't see much beyond the front fence. shirley temple was america's darling during the depression with her optimism and sunny personality. from 1935 to the 1939 she was the most popular movie star in america making 23 films largely credited with saving 20th century from bankruptcy. she retired from hollywood at 22. she married a republican fundraiser and took on the name shirley temple black.
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she had a distinguished career in politics appointed to the u.n. delegation under president nixon later ambassador to ghana and czechoslovakia. >> i think i have been most fortunate by having the opportunities presented to me because of little shirley. >> the family released a statement, we salute her for a life of remarkable achievements as an actor, as a diplomat and most importantly as a beloved mother, grandmother, great grandmother are and adored wife for 55 years. shirley temple black was 85 years old. in woodside, kiet do, kpix 5. >> and fans are sharing their favorite shirley temple moments on facebook. julia posted this comment on our page. she was more awesome than i knew. i am a new breast cancer survivor. rest in peace. tell us your favorite memory about shirley temple at #cbssf. and one last "kcbs traffic" check this morning. it is a very slow crawl on
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westbound 24. look at this. traffic is backed up through oakland past the called camped. it's because of an accident westbound 24 just past the caldecott tunnel. a car was fully engulfed earlier. that is also slowing down drivers. the metering lights are on. they have been been turned on since before 6:00 so you are backed up well into the maze about 20 minutes just to get you on the span. your also going to be dealing with a lot of bay area fog this morning including on westbound 580. people have been tweeting about it including chp asking drivers to slow down. here's lawrence. a lot of clouds out there this morning. if you are headed out the door dense fog advisory in effect until 9:00. visibilities less than a quarter of a mile in spots. not too bad as we look toward the bay bridge right now. low clouds, the temperatures generally in the 40s and the 50s this afternoon. 60s inside the bay and the
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valleys. chance of showers though especially on sunday. >> thank you for watching kpix 5 news this morning. the next local update is 7:26. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com good morning to our viewers in the west. it is tuesday, february 11th, 2014. welcome to "cbs this morning." mafia raids overnight reach friday the united states to italy. only on "cbs this morning," our cameras are there when agents smash a massive allegedob drug ring. new winter storm misery takes aim at the south. and the northeast braces for a major blizzard. and remembering shirley temple black, a look back at one of america's great child stars who grew up to serve our country. first a look at your eye opener, your world in 30 seconds. >> mississippi, louisiana, alabama and georgia. >> the deep south braces for a

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